Community Management – Handling Yourself as a Good Netizen
Insights about handling yourself in an online community.
What Do You Look Like Online? This post is a riff on Do You Know What You Look Like Online. Essentially, the question is, if you were searching for someone (someone just like you, perhaps), what sorts of judgments would you make? What seems off? What’s being suppressed, which should be promoted, and vice versa? […]
Hesitation Generation Hesitation Generation. So as I travel around the ‘net, I also take note of what is happening in my own backyard. What I have seen is an odd and somewhat disturbing trend. I am the Project Manager for Able2know and in some ways it’s got its finger on the pulse. But, a caveat, the […]
Happy Holidays, Social Media Style Happy Holidays! Oh, I do so wish I had written this. It says so much more about Social Media than most can say, and it does it in a breezy, easy to understand style. The main idea behind this rather detailed video consists of a retelling of the Nativity Story. The video […]
A review of The Cluetrain Manifesto: 10th Anniversary Edition by Rick Levine, Christopher Locke, Doc Searls and David Weinberger.
More Than This As I skip through my online life, I am reminded that so many of us see the world as being divided into online and offline personae. A Division There are many folks who separate the two, and may even do so successfully. Online friends are online. Offline friends are off, although emails […]
Executive’s Guide to New Media-from Blogs to Social Networks Executive Alert! I recently finished reading Read This First: The Executive’s Guide to New Media-from Blogs to Social Networks by Ron Ploof. Like most books on Social Media, it’s a bit behind the times, but that is to be expected, as the time from concept to […]
J-Krak Content Marketing This week, we worked on a content calendar. It isn’t done yet, so instead I figured I would share the two videos we made last week as they are more or less still applicable to this week. MySpace Loses to Google+ This time, I had the honor of going first and speaking […]